About one-third of respondents between ages 18 and 34 say they might postpone marriage — or have already done so — until student debt is paid off, according to the study, which surveyed 1,037 U.S. adults who attended college. The study was given to USA TODAY exclusively…

Just over one-third of millennial and Gen Z respondents say a potential partner’s student or credit card balances could affect their choice of a spouse, depending on the amount of debt. Twenty percent say they’d be fine with student loan debt but not credit debt, while 6% say the reverse.

Just 4% say any amount of debt was a dealbreaker. Roughly 36% of the people surveyed say debt wouldn’t factor into marital decisions.